I went from a C to a DD. When my milk came in they looked perky and fake. Then when my milk went away i kept the bra size they just arent as full. Im guessing they will be swooping more after i nurse my second baby. Natural that it happens i guess:)
I am self conscious too. I went from a 36 C, sometimes D, to a 38 E and im 38w5d. I have baaaad stretch marks already. The deep purple ones. It makes me sad. I used to have perky boobs with no stretch marks and light colored nipples but now my nipples r way dark too. It kinda makes me sad cuz I don't think they will ever be the same.
I guess after having something for so long that your used to the Change is kinda shocking... I don't have many stretch marks Only on one ( freaks me out) but I'd be happy with a dd as long as they don't go from F to B I feel like id be losing a part of me or something! Haha
I was a 34a before I was pregnant, peeked at 36f (3 days after birth) I breastfed the first three days but it got far too painfull.... Three years later I'm a 34dd!!!! I gotta say I miss my little boobs, ttc at the moment and I'm dreading what will happen this time ha ha
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